University of Mindanao Chorale Wins in NAMCYA!

UM ChoraleDavaoBase congratulates the University of Mindanao Chorale for bagging the top prize in the 2009 National Music Competition for Young Artists – Chorale Category!

Before Starstruck, Pinoy Dream Academy and Philippine Idol, there was the National Music Competition for Young Artists — the original ultimate talent search in the country. Founded in 1973, this nationwide competition seeks to recognize young talents in the following categories: choir, voice, piano traditional music, bass instruments, guitar, rondalla and dance.

Competitors must prove themselves worthy in the district, provincial and regional competitions, and only the the best from all 16 regions are able to compete in the national level. This year, the National Finals was held from November 10 to November 15.

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  1. Mao jud na ang taga-UM, talented! Proud to be a UMian!

  2. isa ako sa member ng group na ito.
    marami kaming dinaanang pag subok bago nakuha ang CHAMPION. maraming maraming salamat sa mga taong tumulong sa amin. lalo na kay
    MAYOR BINAY OF MAKATI for our hotel in Makati City.

  3. umian chorale congrats sa inyo, hope we will see each other. im one of the member of UM Tagum harmonic chorale and we met each other during the Tnalak festival in koronadal, marbel city. galaing nyo talaga we salute you guys. ingat palage.ejejejejejej pls add me in your facebook

  4. this group is really amazing.. and in fact, even if they bagged the champion’s name.., they remain humble,.. proudly umian, proudly umc!

  5. lge noh’ maayo unta kung pwede pako maka apil anang choir noh” jejeje ;;guitar lang nuon akong talent;; dili man kanta” jejeje

  6. UM has a lot of talented and brilliant people. They excel in academics and sports and other extra curricular activities. Proud to be a UMian.

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